[PyQt] Changes on a widget recorded as a movie?

"V. Armando Solé" sole at esrf.fr
Wed Sep 23 10:32:54 BST 2009

Phil Thompson wrote:
> On Wed, 23 Sep 2009 11:02:29 +0200, "V. Armando Solé" <sole at esrf.fr>
> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I am recording changes on a QGLWidget grabbing the widget as png files. 
>> My goal is to produce a sort of  easy-to-embed animation for using it in 
>> impress and/or powerpoint.
>> Is there a way to achieve that from within python and Qt and therefore 
>> not having to use external programs?
> Have a look at the grabber.py example.
> Phil
Thanks for the hint but, unless I miss something, that only shows the 
equivalent of what I am doing when using pure opengl to get the opengl 

image = glReadPixelsub(0,0, self.width(), self.height(), GL_RGBA, 

What I need is to be able to export a set of images as a "portable" 
animation and, if possible, from within my own python and qt program.


More information about the PyQt mailing list